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'(EUR D'ALENE PRESS
1DAY...... .. AFUIL 18.1008 '
All nrti of (hooka, rssolstWma of raspscl uf
■ llaz outleao *111 ho charged for ot the tat*
' *M »oou 0 Hum tai-h luaoiUuu
Sac ret 8oclottos.
Kootenai Lomi No. T, Knights or
miss.—Moot* in Fraternity Hall
cnuiajf evening of each week,
isiling hrothora aro always welcome,
"hit Rosen, C. C., K. A. flhallta, K.
I It. and 8.
LMKR E. HALSCY,
Coow d Alone, Idaho,
i iHaaluooa arlU reerfar careful at
R. 8. H. McEUEN,
Coaur g'Alena, Idaho.
,, Second Floor McFarlaud llluck.
Attorney at Law,
cuklu O AUesitu Idaho
-» ■alter* mums row iai.u.
The depot has been repaired and H.
Mrathern u acting aa agent.
||. K Burnham baa repaired and
ved Into the Sodreve* property
Her Allen, of Spokane, conducted
in. at the Freebyterian cb urch
Mlaeea Oebah and Merle Nogte have
nrtred from a pUwmnt visit with
vd* In Spokane
Mr liibto, of live lumber firm of
itlil* A tilbbe, I* Iranaacllng buai
ID Feet Falla.
nty Treasure McClure and Miss
Kerchevai. of lutbdrum, visited
r town last Sunday
C M tirowo ot this place baa aoid bia
wrlgiiiug over 8JWI pouml*, to
Furington, of Itathdrum.
re Lincoln llawtaora is very sick
pneumonia at the home of her
to, Mr and Ills Jobu Mitchell.
M A. liacon'a Ik>um boat Is nearing
uletiuU. It will lie one of the beet,
to. tort, on Com,, d'Alene lake.
A \ Vcwser and children bev.
mi from a protracted visit with
Iveo to MiaHMiri. consequently our
at artist is in the tost of humor,
'las Mary Voeng b»o secured a
nrai llafttaou and left taal week
-me her duties. Iter sister, Mia
accompanied her for a abort
1 tn U»e neighborhood.
W F. and Crags Mutton have pur
Um Urave* (anebut 3iG screw for
evwUon of 83 JM) Tbs ptace la
lire Feud d'Oretik* rtvrt about two
above Neneaguolren, and tows la
toiai meatori. of about IU* acre*
Uaino haa toM bis ivaldeoos peop
to T. Ditto mors, who wlil move
with bis family It I*
Urey wUI be heartily weicorned by
•ilitviis of Fast Fails. Mr. Oarno
not perfected hta pl«iM for the tu
but w# hope that he and hla excel
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family will cooUnw. to make this
McGrrgoiy and Karl Brown
arrested Monday on a warrant
out by James Kennedy, charging
young men with having allot
'ghtke window.U»# Uhci.nitUi
tbw dir pcvvlotti. Tb. ptrVifl
to the lop of Die water work*
tng on Hunday and with a ft cai
rifle ahot through Ure window* ot
»ho|> near where Ib* dewk til*.
entered a plea of guilty In Jus
Martin's court and wees each lined
dollars aud costa which they paid.
*hen Mr Frice, who recently leaaed
While Hail and filed it up for a
■H, crawled out of bed the other
Ing he found that some of Ids
"* Imd put np a large sign. It read,
iaaourt llotol." Mr I'rtce SAld Ire
ki give a free dinner to lire partiis
furniabed the sign, so when dinner
came tire hotel waa cruwdml will,
de who plead guilty to the charge,
they were accordingly given afree
tier aid a good one, but Ure cooks
re not prepared for such . rush, mi
y declared that the landlord would
• to do to. dhth washing for „,e,
*t 30 days, aid lie la doing It. Tbsie
■ another severe penslty added, but
will not mention It
VaieaMe MeSteio* far oaglM sad
relit* in children.
* I have not the slightest hmitenev In
-mmendlng Chamberlain's Cough
medy to all who are suffering from
:tgh* or cold*," says Chas. M. Cram
, K,q , a well known watch maker of
omlm, Ceylon. "It has been aome
wo year* •ine* the City DUpeniary
rst called my attention U, thi* vain
le inedtcne and I have rejreatetlly
ved it and it ha* always been bene
lal. It ha* cured me quickly °f i»ll
eat colds. It I* espticially effective for
ildrvti and wUlom UkiN mum I linn
buttle to cure then, of hirnmnss*.
have perauaded many to try thl* vain
Is medicine, and they are all a. well
I aa myself over th* resulU.'' For
is by Cneur d'Alens Drug sompany.
If oot a subscriber to th* FRMa, why
tr Y«u cannot offord to be wlOiout
when you can secure It a whole JkM
•1 to advance.
OF TOWS AID OOOMTT
€»oor*lo Oaks. on Nor Naialar Baa
WM u,,,,, TblirstUjr,
Kaolorn Moauoooofc«a» Horn Tire Maw
■wnaoranlo - Westers Vederatloa
MolOa OaaUI Neellag Mill Pan on
Mighi Shift Jelaed the Mao-Mooa.
Ul( I-o*f flour U the beat
Brick lor kale by Arrnand l'errenoud.
Squirrel poison at the Coeur d'Alene
A. M. Martin of Fort Falla, waa a
visitor in town Tliuraday.
Subscribe for the Fit ess, 81 a year
caah in advance.
J. W. Nettle, the Foot Falla reateetate
lio to Lund's for your builder'a hard
ware. at rock bottom price*.
Ueo. Freeton waa down from the St.
Marie* country the Aral of the week.
Tally carda, playing card* and paper
napkin* at Scott'a Stationery Store.
New apring goods arriving. New
prices. W'lggrtt A Kuipey company.
Masona are laying brick on Copt.
Janies (iraham'k new office building.
The celebrated Diamond steel kniveo,
eeisaora and razors are eold by Lund.
Focket knives from 25 cento up to (2,
ell guaranteed. Arrnand Ferreuoud.
Mrs. tv. W. Huberts and children
came up from Spokane Friday moruluf.
Steam and pipe fltliuge of all kiiidt
at A rmaud Ferreuoud'* hardware store.
If you want e good shoe shiue call on
K C J * rT * rd " Kachang. barber .hop
latest patterns and shade* in wall
« Lund * for 5 cent* per roll and
lieorge Ford and Jobu Donovan re
' ur "« 1 ,rora **»• «ty Thursday morn
H.ttl.lmteraore came up from
Sp.*ane Monday to remain for a abort
,v "' »* ure M «""* ™t*. *od
'^ *"**"*" «*'*"« lM
of Itavtd Phifer's place anew coat of
K ' \* aa
'P™ 1 U " *"*
*»■ V. Mormon of Sjaikane. wrn to
U)w " lwk '"« for »
»* w "* > " d '
Jame. Hoskins came in from Ward
J*w Toswday to look after his property
ln ** ,, ** u
Fainter* are giving N*. S Fault Slier
man street property a coat of pore
There it to to a social dance at the
Hank opera hnuea Friday evening of
A full car load of aash and doors, all
sites, grades end prices at Arrnand
F. M. Illll, of the Vermont loan A ;
Trust company, Hpokane. spent Tues
j„,, n D-Hiovan has dtspuaed of an in.
Urr> , |t| lh# m ,„ IUki to Jubn oirabj,.,
jMP|dl Bongbtoo U opening a restaur
B nl In Ih* room vacated by Die I.ake
Mr. Jol.n Rice came up fnmi Spo
k> „,_ Thursday, to vpend a few days
with her mother.
Anderson, the Jeweler, will soon open
for businea* in the Scallon block. I.ears
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toe improvement of butter stock, at J.
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Full blood Jersy bull. No. 0UU3S, for
A. Water*' place. St
Wm. K. Iliebner, of Newberry. Midi.,
Tharwfwy. to Uk§ w p<NiUon in
Whale oil *oap quaaaia chip*, lulphur
ami blue vllrul at the Coeur d'Alene
A fine line of Jointed poles for St eta.
and up All kimt* of fishing tackle can
tre found at i.und's
W* have Just received a nice line of
rainy day and dreaa skirts. The Idaho
Mr and Mr* J<weph Garun, of Foat
Falls, were In town Thursday looking
for residence property
||. M ThamkelasUlldotngsteamfit
Dug. piumblng, Dnamlthlng and elect
rlcaJ wtr t„ g of ,]) kllH ts
j r HtMltan „ 8 kan , elMlncl . n
bM ^ ^ to run thp rlwlrlc
>m , W|lrr planU
" £ N»tmoyle, on. of the proprlclora
" f d „ Alw,e ,nn ' ***"'
"" 1 "« d *X In bpokan.
<lr**s, clover, bird and garden seeds
In hulk and packages All freah. Wig
»« 11 * Em P«X company.
C. A. Smith, of Tekoa, Waal,., arrived
Tuesday to lake a position In Sparks
brothers' real estate office.
| Tailor made suiu from $10 up. A
perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. The
Wlggett A Kmpey company.
James II. Harts ha* anew and at
tractive sign In Irout of Ills real estate
: office, Die work of Itoseu brother*,
j u , t arrived, another lot of art
»(jo»re», *inyril* aud electric rugs. The
i drt | lo Mercantile company.
Warranty deeds, releases, mortgages,
'articles of agreement, leases and other
w#nki for M|c Bt ||w ,,„ KW offlcc
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, » he resbyterlan Aid Soc o.y will
l,old * d,m * Mrs. Thornton's
»«• cr *" ,u P" rlor 1 uwd »X afternoon.
Lund does sanitary plumbing, steam
| fitting and tluulug. All work done by
! experienced workmen, and guaranteed.
; UnUI further notice Dr. 8. II. Me
Kuen will be at this place and can be
_ oousulted at Ids office In McFarlaud
Mia* Blahcb Howell, of the Hpofcoffi*
eclkoolt, spout the wee* bore visiting
old friends. Site formerly taught In
Have you aeon our Hue of matttapX
They are Just what you want for a
summer floor oovering. Tba Idaho
Mar*ton A Mark well are raising O.
A. Ol instead'* residence property on
Cesur d'Alene street and building an
addltlouto the same.
George Thomson is the purchaser
of a lot iu block 2, O'llrieu's first addi
tion, and A. J. Loomis purchased five
lots in the seme block.
in brightouing up your homes, don't
forget that we are headquarter* for
paint, oil aud wall paper. The Idaho
For the beat assortment, in the neat
oat and tastiest patterns of wall paper,
at the right prices, call at the Idaho
Lund sells the well known Banquet
aud Faria Wonder ranges, tn black pol
ished steel, enamel aud alluminum On
lab, at low eastern price*.
O. M. Spark* baa purchased the Fet
eraon property, the bulldiug aud west
#J feet uf lot b, block M, on Sherman
street, fur a consideration of $2JI00.
Itoseu brothers have a neat display
advertisement to tilts issue soliciting
paiuttug, paperbaugiug aud sign writing.
They are eapenuced aud competent
If you want a first class range, cook
ing stove or heater, remember that we
buy by the carload and cau sell cheaper
than anybody. Arrnand Ferreuoud.
The Lakeside pharmacy waa moved
to its new quarters, the corner room
in the beallou block, this week and
Mr. Callow la busy getting the stock In
Freeh stock of field, dower,and garden
seeds, to bulk or package*. * Fancy
mixed lawn grass, heed wheat and
oat* at bottom price*. Tbe ldabo Mer
Mra. (has. McCarthy, of St. Maries,
spent a day or two in town tow week
visiting friends. hlie iturned home
Tliuraday aocompauid by Mrs Lillie
We areffiole agents for the celebrated
83.00 and 83 U) and $4 uu IV. L. Doug
lass shoe. We will be pleased to show
you toe ue* styles. Tbe ldabo Meccan
E. Doulan.ouc of Die heavy stock -
bolder* ot Die 1-argey Lumber company,
arrived Die first of toe week Irom
Missoula to iook arter business matters
st Util place.
We have the latest style in men's
caps, steam boating, railroadiug, and
yachuug, also a flue line of boy'a and
girl's school cape The Idaho Metcau
Born, to Mr. and Mrs Frank Cerveny.
Thursday, April IU. twin sous. One of
Die boys weigti* ten aud toe other eight
pounds—two healthy specimens of toe
N. 8. Foot has opened a very neat
pool room and cigar aland In toe room
adjoining Die Mineral Kschange. lie
has on* new pool and one new billiard
; tabic of modem pattern.
Byron II WUltamthasan advertteo
mrtii iu toi* issue of Die 1 'uxm- to which
your atteuDon 1* called. He is makiug
up tiaruvw* and other stock and will be
able to fit you out in lit* line.
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1C. White .to in town toU week
looking over property for Ure purpose
ol purchasing. We are pleased to note
Ure fact Uiat Mr. White aid family In
tend to make this place their home.
II you are looking l.re a fine .lock of
wall paper to select from, we have just
recervrel a large sl.ipme.it of the latest
spring patterns. t hey are beauties
sod will be sold very reasonable. Ar
ms id l'errenoud.
K. Volk, Harry Aiderson, George
I'atterson and C. Fleager, of Chicago,
were among the eastern people in town
this week looking fur locations and iu
vestments. They have gone Into the
81 Maries Umber country.
The steamer Gsorgie Oakes made her
first regular trip to Harrison Tuesday,
leaving here on the atrival of Die train,
Tire steamer Spokane, which lias been
on Die Harrison run, resumed her regu
lar trips up the St. Joe river Wedties
John Frederic. who$*Urted in aacabiu
boy on the Georgie Oakes a few year*
ago. has worked his way up uuUI he is
oow purser on the steamer, filling U,«
place made vacant by the resignation of
Shallis. Harry Nesbitt is cabin
A boy at Harrison whose name we
were unable to learn narrowly escaped
losing Ids life at Die mouth of tlie
tirur d'Alene river Wednesday. A
sudden squall uf wind swamped Ids
boat and he managed to hang onto a
price of w ire attached to • piling until
assistance reached him.
The numbers of Kootenai union,
Western Federation of Labor, of Diis
place enjoyed a "smoker" III Dieir hall
last evening. A number of Invited guests
were present and after a social time
all were delighted with an appetising
luncheon. The iiuiuii is iu a prosper
uus condition and many new member*
are being taken in,
Geo. F. Halls Informs ... that the
company cxpocui to put on
night shirt Mondsy evening which will
double their output of lumber. The
company is wiring their ya.d for elec
trie light* A car of Imrree are ate,
expected fro... Montana ,today for us,
around the yaret. and mills.
Wllliam Dollar, of tills place; J. C.
W hlte, of Harrison and H. M. Strath
ern, of Fost I' alls, were among Die
Kootenai oounty citizens ineDaled into
Die mysteries of the l oncatenated Or
der of lloo-ilous at Spokane Thursday
night. They were part of • class of
thietven kittens aud after til* cereinou
tea enjoyed a bacquct at Davenport's.
LICUD UF 0 0 BITOKXTf HOMX
IrMaUa Km«H Ib Their Might Hm b mo -
Johm Mymn ftmrrmmlf MIm« 4 Creuut
IIum ausd Is Ba4lf Band About Fim
8H«I fiauds Origin mt the Fire U Un
Tuesday evening at the hour of II
o'clock toe residence of G. O. Ultchev,
at tbe north end of Fourth street, was
discovered to be on fire. The Inmates
were aroused by tbe smoke and the
rapidly spreading flames compelled them
to abaudone all efforts to save any of
the contents, except the organ, which
Usorge lUtcbey succeeded In getting
out Hla father, who owns the prop
erty, was out on hU farm at tbe time
of toe fire and the only occupants of
the bouse were the son and hU wife,
aud John Myers, who bad a very uar
row escape from being cremated.
When lie waa awakened he made an
effort to get out through Die kitchen
and upon opening the door was instant
ly enveloped iu a sheet of flame. HU
night dress saved the balance of hi*
body, but liU band* and face were so
severely burned that Die skin came off
to great patches Fortunately be did
not inhale tbe flame and the physician
think* hit eye* escaped serious injury.
Mr. Kitchey U unable to account for
Die Are, but think* it originated in Die
woodshed attached to the kitchen.
When discovered Die lire had a good
start and it was several minute* later
before toe alarm was sounded. Tina
was followed by anoUier delay of fifteen
or twenty minutes before the pump*
were started, Die man at Die pump
house claiming Dial he did not hear Die
alarm aud kuew nothing of Die fire uu
U1 it waa too late, the building having
been almost consumed before a pres
sure of mater was secured,
The loss, toduding clothing and bouse
hold effects, U estimated at 81JIA) with
insurance of 830J iu Die ltoyal Ex
change, of London, represented Tiy J
rrSREVT NKWs AND COMMENT.
The town election last Tuesday was
a tame affair, only one ticket being iu
1 the held, aud a light vote being polled,
No old issue* came over from Die
current year fur settlement. The foi
lowing will constitute to* board for tire
present year: William Eaton, G. U
Gray, IVm. Elder! on, lieu Morrow and
N. H. Williams.—Kootuai Herald,
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Whitney have re
ceived a letter from Uieir daughter,
Mrs. Bartlett Niuclair, written upon her
arrival at Manila, where she was met
by Mr. Siuclair. She landed March 10.
\ after a voyage of St days. She was
1 not sea sick one day on the trip and
bed a delightful Ume.-KooUiai Herald,
, it l* learned tliat the Northern Facific
Railway Company will make an effort
to have the steel bridge which is to re
place the long treaUeat this place com
pleted this season. Ttieproposed«truc
,uf * w» he mors than a mile long aid
th « F' pr> »'* Te «°» X«* ■» !>«*■" built
T,1 '* furnl »'' • om *' of
iorc * of me0 u *» t * ,1 ' be required to
complete Die work in ao sliort a period.
A „ * u „ , oril u to be done by con
UueU _ ttepitbUe ,„_
Tlie British ought not to have any
great dearie to maintain a military camp
near New Ortran*. According to Die
, u>nn UlW Bbout Alldrew j«c k *,„,
uoli||||( KRInn] b , publishing the
HriUall , u Ul „ neighborhood,
RICH OR* IN ttONK HI ILIIIA.
Led*, raretre u«td ud u Kira la Alaa.1
A. V. Chamberlin visited the prop
erty of the Home Binder Muring A
Milltug company in the Wolf ledge
district the first of Ui* week. Tlie men
are aUll at work crosscutting tlie ledge
and in addition to a large body of ore
carrying gold, the Uiiiuel has penetrated
an Immense body of aluminum clay
: which, Mr. Chamberiin says, carries 45
»*' r ce,, ' of ' llun,,,i " m mmonHog to iU.e
***** that have been made, these tests
* l «' » ho * « * old valu '' uf 11
Die intention ol U.e company to drift
on Die ledge and o|ieu up tbe ore body
to an extent that will demonstrate its
permanency and value.
The favorable reports I nun Uiis prop
erty have stalled prospectors into Die
district and it is said that a number of
claims have already been started.
Mm. 4mlmtiii l'*a*ew Ammy.
An „ „ , lngert „g of .ereral
monUu< Mn , s Aud eraou died .1
tier home Sunday, April 0, at 2:50
o'clock p. tn. Mr*. Anderson was 24
years of age, and a member of Die Lutli
eran rliurrli aud bad long and paUenllv
suffered from tuberculosis. Mie w as a
native of Norway and had been mar
lied but six years, the result of the
marriage being two small children
Tire funeral took place from the Metli- |
odist churcli at 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday.
! S-rvice. were conducted by Rev. I T. G
Hodgson. Mis. Burgerson, a sister of
Mr ' A,,d '' r " m ' c » m " tx " m KIU ' ll8l, " , '8
10 " Ut " d U "' fu "- r ' 11 *" d " r '' m » U '
10 l,ou " for her lm>lhfr
„ A n ,, (gllbor r „„ wiD, a bottle of
1 - lmmb ,, rUln , Ooltc> Ouleni aud ihar
Hiorai Remedy when my son was snffer
| UR with Severe cramps and was given
upas beyond hope by my regular physi
elan, who stands high in his profession.
Af ,er admlttering threre doses of it my
^,1, regained eonsriousiiess and recov
eredentirley within twenty-four boura,''
M y, Mrs. Mary Haller, of Ml. t'raw
foldi V a. This Remedy is for sale by
t0 eur d'Alene Diug conijiany.
sa Thunder Mountain
ore three feet wide, run
nlfig t*« ounces to silver and $12.50 in
gold, has been uncovered In the slope
ot Die B. F. A H. mins on Blaektsll
mountaln. Three men are taking out
over 1400 per day. This property lias
the greatest depth of any mine in Die
camp, which signifies tliat the value*
improve with depth. The Black Jack
is producing some nice ore which Is be
log token out of main east and west
lead. Tbq Little Joe is workiug 80 men
sod ships three ears per month to tlie
Tacoma smelter. Tbe compressor lately
installed on the Keystone property is
doing nice work, a* they are driving
their 500-foot crosscut at Die rate of 5
feet per day. They also have an elec
trie lighting plant at ttieir boarding
house. The parties . who leased the
Blue Bird and Rebate are taking opt
some nice ore. The crosscut tunnel on
the Mexico will reach tbe main lead in
about IU feet, according to the survey.
NRW TKUXTKKS ORGANIZE.
SpscUsi MreOnc H-Ld Wcduredar Aft-r
Tlie newly elected board of town trus
Mi Ilint ot t lio nluplr'u offiaa Tii/tatlaw
toe* met at the clerk's office Tuesday
evening and took the official oath after
which Die hoard organized by tlie elec
tion of G. S. Thomas at chairman and
James II. Harte as clerk.
Wednesday as a result of the Ritchey
fire a special meeting of Die board was
Iteld for toe purpose of providing bet
ter fire protection. After an explaua
Uon from Mr. Graham Dial tlie reason
the man attlie pump house did not put
on Die pressure at Tuesday night's fire
for some time was caused by the fact
tliat tie did nut know of an alarm.
The board considered the advisability .
of another fire bell in th. residence part
of town and wiU put in an eltclric ,
alarm wito a gong at toe pump house.
A time register or two wiU also be put
up for Die purpose of having toe mar
shai register at .UtedDme. Muring the
night. He will also be required to visit
Die pump house after midnight and see
that su-ara is kept up if toe tight Jplant
u not running, Mr. Graham having of
fered Dial privilege to Die town.
I.IMT or Jt KOUii DH4U .V
Mmm Who Will do Jury l>«ty at the Nay
Twa of Court.
Tliursdiiy. in accordance with an or
d«*r from Judge May hew. Sheriff I Ayer,
I'robale Judge Mcltee and Clerk of tbe
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tGurt Cailahau met aud drew forty ,
names of persons to *<Nve as tlie regular
panel of trial jurors and twenty to serve
as grand jurors at Die May term of
court which convenes at itathdrum,
Monday, May, 12:
J. II. Frakes, Aoe Horntieck, Fred
La Veto, Will Andrus, It. W. ilurke,
tvttn MdiDi, R. II. Dickerson, E. II.
liradbury, It. M. Mean, Sam Owens, C.
R. McCarthy, Geo. L. Ross, Thomas
Campbell. Frank Itabadeau, W. 11.
I.-mley, H. O. Bougham, Herman Moi
kentiiin, S. J. Daniels, A. II. Best, Mar
Frank Ewiug, 0. E. Stoddard, Wright
Sinipson, Tho* Montgome^. A C.
Eutlier, t\ m. Howell,.!. F. Derry,Cass.
"ells, II. Endera. H. li. ltoger, 11 E.
liuruliam.ciiat. Green, C. li. William
son, E S. Crane, Geo. Carey, E. M. Fin
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n«y, John Flu Wien, Thut ilep.^r, J
Snider. I'lwts. \\ iicox, Jxmei li. JScnb
IH?r, II. C. Vogel, Thai. Fitzpatrick, Ell
ward Davis, Richard Uutherie, Frank
it n av . .
II. Qiliuil, C. L. l>ltt4*nion\ Ed. i luanh,
J. W. Alien, R»Ut. Sliort, RobL Nelson,
Joe Kingsley, N. Lord, Frank Caller
John llili, Wm. Eaton, Nr., It. M
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Gouby. I red Zink, Louis Iloyker, Joe
Tlie public is hereby nolilied that Die
dog tax is due May 1, for the year 1902
aud must be paid.
Owners of stock are notified Diat Uis
same must be kept off the streets or it
will tre impounded.
Bicycle riders are notified tliat they
must cease riding on Die sidewalks or
they w ill be fined.
Tlie alleys in winch have been recept
acles of refuse from the houses and
barns during the wiuter must be clean
ei by the owners of abutting property
1 he ordinances of the town covering
these matters will Ire strictly enforced.
Scholwrwhlp Without ( ash.
We have a 850 schularship in tlie
Northwestern Business college, of 8po
kane. which we will give to any pi-rsou
man or woman to earn a business edu
cation w ithout cost. For particulars
for 50 new subscribers to tire 1 'ue>s.
This is sn opportunity for some young
apply at tire Fuess office.
Oowit for Khcumal i«$ki.
L ist fall 1 w>»< taken with a very
severe attack of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and anuoy
| ance. After trying several prescriptions
and rheumatic cures. I decided to use
Glia in berlai It'S Fain Balm winch I hud
seen advertised in Die South Jerseyman.
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After two applications of this Remedy
I was much better, aud after using one
bottle was comidetely cured.—S.VLLIK
llxit in* Salem V I f„r ,.Ie hv the
Coeur d Alene Drug company.
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Card ot Thank..
1 wish to publicly extend my heart
felt thanks to the good people of Coeur
A-x l.,.a .lao. .......
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d Alene whoM kliidnesii Iu my u.fe
during her last days oan never be for
gotten. The unselfish friendship show n
me slid my family during those trying
. a * a , . z.x
days has deeply impressed me with a
feeling of lasting gratitude.
S. F. AkdersOK.
A Doctor's Bad night.
"Two years ago, as a result of a bad
eold, I lost my voice," writes Dr. M. L. I
Searbougb of Hebron, Ohio, "then
began an obstinate cough. Every rem
(dy known to me as a practicing pliysi
cian for 35 years, failed, and 1 daily
grew worse. Being urged to try Dr.
Kings New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds, I found quick relief,
and for last ten days I have felt better
than for two years." Fosttlvely gaur
an teed for throat and lung troubles :
by Coeur d'Alene Drug company,
Clement Wilkins, manager, 60c aud
81 DO. Trial bottles free.
To tbe good people of IVetir d'Alene
who have come nobly to our aisistance ,
end itogjeted so many agt* of kitiduess
on the night of and since Uie fire de
atroyed our house and its cooteuts, we
exteud our sincere thank*.
Ms. and Mux.G eo. UlTCHKY.'
A Nearly ratal Kaaaway
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Omer, Franklin Grove, III., winch
defied all doctors and remedies fur
four years. Then Bucklin'* Arnica
Salve cured him. Just as good for boils.
nurns, bruises, cuts, corns, skin erup
Dons and piles. 25c at Gueur d'Alene
Drug companr, Clement Wilkins,
Farm tor Sale.
Eighty acres, S miles from Coeur d'-1
Aieue, ldabo. Good buildings, large
cisteni.fi acre* of orchard, 30 acr-s in
fall wheat, team and fanning irnple
menu, household goods, etc. A bar-J
gam. Apply to Jas. H. Harte, Coeur d'
F»tber Irecker, the well known pnest
<>X WMIace, spent U.e fl«t of Urn week
greal Ull " ' L *" r
4 Alene a.«1 always puto m ag^d wora
^ U,wn wben " opportunity u
ofI *' rwl _
0 . B(ieu ., , ir#t is advertised in
u , u , wue U i irtl to toe east of onginal
u,*,,, u, , lic ely situaled, and is a very
deBlritble resldello( . portion of toe
U(Wll JlQlrs u . , larte u ^le agent
fur lbe ^ of tolg
James Graham lias let Die contract to
S. A. Vamum for the erecUon of a
house on Fourth street, south of S.ier j
man, to be occupied by Mrs. F. Will- j
ard ol Cheney, w lio w ill opeu a dress
Ttie Griii, Gt-orge Ford's new restaur
ant, will be opened to Die public the
^ of Ule ^ The kltelwD ta .
mu(Ie| of nc4lllesI , fiarf wlUl , t ^,
range, large charcoal broiler and oilier
conveniences. Tbe dining room is j
tastily arranged. Tbe furnishings are
attractive. Die door is covered wiUi I..,
oleum, Die walls are handsomely decor- :
ated and the place is very iuviuug.
will be run on the short order plan and
is to be managed by F. W. Robertson. •
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IlKCAKTHICXT or THK IXTRBIOB.
Land Orrtc* at C«i* ii'auua Iuabo, j
A pril T. 1WC
A inlti-k'Di ronu-sa attdav^it having luen Sled :
i la tbia uBoc by Harvey E. Smith, ot Coeur «l'-1
Lh-nr, Idaho, rautntaut, agalux luanvvtead
nmr> Fr><-. miw™, iu **hK-h u UaUk-ged
thai »aid rrye «ho.ly aluuidourd said Iran iu
thetmanli ol Un-ember 1*». aud urut to MM
rHurtHtJ to &ju <1 LaihI <*r tl*c Oxu* ol IdnFv>, iluti
mmumismi -euied ui*mi or cu\um~i
Mtkl i*an> *8 by , th«t ai«l lUr^
«**»p«ior fr«MM llif niitl laud wu u-j 4 dur to hit
"wh)»rtii m irar.Hqwsuiwnn*
t4 Um* l niU-wl -tats** &» a |*malc aoklitrr, oflW-er,
uutniK-. durlaj: tin* %»ar with 8j«suu
t*r any other war iu wikix h ti»c I'nitcd sut<«
may h»rt- feweo engaged.
Said |urtk» arc bfivtij rv
ai»d «*%ldrtKV toiaiiinc witi a tra
Ul(1 „ it u t , vlork a m W1 Junt . ... lac ^
I<mv tli« Kegt*U*r «iul Kiveiverat tin* l uitrd
SLitcv land uflkv in t'orur d Atrue, Idalio.
Thr *.-ud conic*taut having, in a j»r<k|« r affi
«la\it lltd April 7. l'AC, set forth tacts which
klittw that after due 4 ligmcc |w rs<Hiat •crvit-c
ik4 W maac, it i» lHrrct»y ord
ered and directed tliAt auch notice he given by
tun m,ti. r
; ,llM ' *'" 1 I* ro l'»' r imbhrathm
in ihl. xffloe by Johu Sheffield, >»I KAthdrum
, ulm - <»»tr»unt. a*«1'im bi«n«ue«j « utr> So
*UA*ic Novemtcr 18. 1*81. for R. S. W. *4
and hU* Zand 4, See. W T|*. S2 X. K. 3 W. B. M
byi^wgr « iicmck cuniotcc, in which it t*
DirAkTitKXT or the hmiOH.
l.iKU Orm* ATCoilT b'ALKXK, Idaho.
A|»l1l 8, iwe.
A auflicient content aflklavit lutriug lw*cn DtiM
alleged that staid Hcirivk hav wholly atuutdoned
said tract . that he never esUldislied hts tv*i
denci; twi tl$e mid land; that he newr elearvtl.
tent tsl. cutthaitst or tiupnmni sahl trw* I »»r any
isortitwi theiiHkf. and that »aid alleirisl ahaeure
whs iHit due to Iun rra|»f<>ytneiit in the army,
navy or marine cor|*» the ruin'd FUlo* dur ;
mg the war with epain **x during any i4her war
h>ch the l uited Sutvs may be engaged
a privwte aoldter, oflk'er, vimnn or
8iM tallies are hereby uoCtfted to apiw'ar, re
8|»ond and «»fter ev idettce Isna'liiitg *aid allega
IUln „ 10 ., oloPk uav *. me heron- the
Ke*iUrr an>l HenOei at the I'nltrd States land
UAi e iu Coeur d'Alene, ld.vho
n h. BroLoxa,
ai»r IS tuny 3 p livginicr.
NOTK'K OK Am.ItWTiON.
In the niAltcr of the appiKwti.Hi of Carrie «*.
Uueu to Invoino a hole Tiatler.
Kolice it hereby given UuU I. I'arrie li. I*ar
sen, wile of J. A Lurara, reUdrut <4 n, iignoe,
kaoteasl «amly. suie .4 lilalav beta* Ucsirmi,
,,n '' X1,
ScalUHtN .VvW lo .WJliiolU'fvo. Hvxiffiril MMtilfi
notion. .w>o uimn inciu-ive, io-mv-u msiiik-v
„( Idaho, ii«fco.l in nuke apitlh-stiou lo the Ills
trtvt f.Miu ol tl»- Urn JuJk-i.vi mwrlri «r Ure
sun- «t Idalsv in ai»l lorihr eeunly <4
at lire M.ij IwS lerni of «at,i <ouit, tow It. Ou
MomUMI.,- still U> olMsv. A 1. i»ol tl,.
opewias"* the court « Uwl •l.i>. «i -u «i>»
•rtlu-r <la> lo nhK-h tin- li-arlu^ m.i> Ire |»>-t
»"'* <r*uM« i hasinoasi
lay ow« serous* ss sole tzsdw.
iattn-11*\ lliv .01111,101 s jinUiiiviit it ml order
at it lii.i.i.tCote. .. ar.-» .
ul !«ld Isinfikt lourt aulln i/i.il uu t. »Arr> »*ii
sa.._. ... name mimI on
ms »»v»ii iMuniai sa wir m auri. Thf IMllirr of
UwhvkMnrw I |tro|toa> to carry ou and t-iMith. I
i-ihai .4 i..,yi->;s.,-«i wiiin* *ood. «atv, and
im-rriian lU.-, Mock nldnx, desllu* In llmlrer
' corSwraS sml kvei-lu*
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i"'«'«'r- i«~J* »'«• <
li gvnml dwv nt I #1 vrovr and oUrr poinU
, UU dltiHT'hdsyot AprlLtSJS.
spr.tMiui)X OBU( G. Lxssas
^ u _
*». H. oKINNER.
'«««■«* rtward'Aiea* tun.
Dry OoreU. i l.aliln* Hats, Caps,
nurnt XnlS-liH-s. < I rarer to, aud
everythin* pertalalng to s country
These are SrM-elas, grails i
price,. Give u, a call
i «■ ay-Sows
FferiUve mmI KianntFcd CORE
lor any and all f<»nu> ot
Rheumatism, La Grippe , 1
Catarrh, Bilious Affec
tions, Chilis and Fever.
Foa aoclts 0*1.1 tn eaiwilt.
Price lureuD and S IAS per box.
Kent by null.
Trt|sutiiiM iuhI Daadrlftoa com*
1 Blood Purifier
iu cfjttcvotnUrd form, of aiwclal
> Catarrhal Affections.
A% a Tjuic lautire and a
, Biood Medicina
iu Kturml it is Micood to none.
Vru* 1 $ .UU jscr krtittie. Hire# tfut*
tirs for f«J0. A«iit by exprras
|HV|*ai«l u|mmi receipt of price.
(oral! disnun of the Ktdbrys
aud Vrisuaj orgau*. Price 91 JM
k The ctMt«Uully ius-reuaiag demand
for these aa well aa other prepar
ations of n) manuiatfure, are
ample Lr»timon> of their worth.
Mail orders aoilritod.
Made and sold only by
i. SCHEMA!SOI, DngisL
R. R MANN.
GENERAL % BLACKSMITH,
Font! SL, lext to T. I. Sudor I Co.'i
Store, Ccu d'Aue, Idaho.
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NcW WOrt " d N«^X «*
I 5 ELL~ -
J. W. SETTLE,
Real Estate, Notary Public,
Justice of the Peace.
Post Falls, Idaho,
MARSTON & MARKWELL
Coeur d'Alene, Ida.
rnwupt'iy put up. Old lUiiUlinjc* rrmijd
I wt»rk (uaraulcrd 0nxt^*l»iw
Make your Deeds land tifliee
l*a|«er« aud other legal lh»rti
Injure your lluav and Kumilum
ag.uuNt Kin* and y«*ur life agaiuvtl
Sell ><mr Real Fa ale and Timhet'
l*auds tall and see me bet wry
you buy or sell.
A. V. Chamberlin,
Justice of the Pe«ce,
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
\ >l> busliirw iv tho 4my l«u8in«*w.i and
S whriM'xvr >nmi want » ptano »nmn«l. or
L wtkklur w«t«*i liauled. I.f*ijrtit tng oil dray -
*: mg o( kn> kind, rill on nu*.
OLIVER r. HERREN.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho,
AAMuCA A A 8AA« M M
Kootenai.----- ----------1~ ------
WANTkll sKVKKAI. PKIMiNa l|ir CIIAK
seter sod ««.vl .c|.«ia's>a ... each suite |,«s la
tiu.cuui r>- l .,ir.-,i- i*. tr,.r«eui and ad<»r
,i«.„id , ,i,i4|,i,^| ssaillii I>u»Iiich hous* -I
i u |,.i tlii.u. t.i ai.n.lin* -sU-> lo tn » aklv
pajallls Ul rua
wllh «\|reiuee add.I oual, all |<a)*hla III rash
dtBwt t t mol UMtl uflfU'M. Ho$m»
au( | ri |( l | s . 1l (urm>luM. «iiru iiw-m«r). B«(«r
einx*. K.u. Umc *4*if ■>birvw<w-xt siaiufwd «nx»
^*1* MfiUflg' I 314 t flktoll BultdllljK. L hU'M**
l * ov ""* } **______ _
-p, . p la kept on Ble at tha sdrev
I il IS I 3 P 6 r nun* s*. ih > id Sl.viiidire
*- « O .attire V ItipoGt.-kUdi hajklln*, Sra.
ksite. \\ util., w ire it- adteriUlti* .outrsvtsera as
Law Bnet* aud Faiuplilet printing
specialty at the Fuess office.